I’m Sarah Bryer.
I’ve been married, divorced and married again, mum to an amazing girl and former people pleaser.
I’m an extrovert, but I spent a lot of my life not being confident, in what I looked like or how I came across and I believe it stunted my career and had an impact on relationships.
Since becoming a parent, I have noticed how girls and women are treated, the barriers we have and how we really don’t help ourselves when we don’t have confidence.
I am an avid reader, adore shows which make me laugh and love eating out. I only enjoy social drinking and as it’s so rare these days it’s champagne or a G&T for me.
I also love live performances, from Funny Girls in Blackpool to West End Theatre and live music - Hence where the ‘Show’ is inspired from.
For work - put simply, I am a Life and Career Coach.
I am a powerful solution to help you solve issues, gain clarity and accountability.
With 20 years work experience in various corporate settings, working in areas such as recruitment and operations, the one constant was people.
In my corporate jobs, I mentored and coached as many women as I could.
When news of redundancy came my way, I knew what my focus should be - coaching women to increase confidence and enhance a positive mindset.
My focus now is to support women to feel in control of their lives.
Whether it is uncertainty, dealing with stressful life events, or supporting them through change.
Although my experience and expertise is mainly with women. Show/Girl is male and LGBTQ+ friendly.
Identifying with the idea of a 'performance' and not being your real self is the heart of Show/Girl
HOW DID SHOW/GIRL BEGIN?
SHOW/GIRL really began when I was watching an American Football Game with my husband.
I asked out loud:
What happens to the Cheerleaders once this job finishes?
What's next for them?
Who gives them guidance, looks after their careers?
Do they have a plan for their future?
Years went by and we have now witnessed more changes in the world including campaigns like #MeToo and #TimesUp.
Scandal after scandal of girls and women being taken advantage of, their gender being a barrier or an excuse.
In the meantime, I fought more battles in corporate settings. I honed my development and coaching skills, got NLP accredited, worked with and mentored as many women as I could and made it my mission to enable and empower them in the workplace. I realised I had found my place and knew what my legacy would be to the world, to coach women.
My vision is that through the power of coaching I can help women feel confident and love themselves inside and out; and excited about what their future has to hold.
My key values are reliability, security and integrity.
As a coach, it means that you will be well looked after. In the event that I’m not the right person for you, I have a network of coaches who specialise in different areas and I can connect you so the time and money you spend on coaching is worthwhile.